• Video/Exhibit #18 - First Person View RC Car- Tustin High School - Tustin Unified School District 


  • Video/Exhibit #19 - Programmable battery charger (cell/tablet) - Walker Junior High School - Anaheim Union High School District




  • Video/Exhibit #22 - Wifi Provider for clean water -Jeffrey Trail Middle School - Irvine Unified School District


  • Video/Exhibit #23 - Indian Print  -Sunny Hills High School  - North Orange County ROP -Video Coming Soon!


  • Video/Exhibit #24- Ice Wheels  (H.W.H.T.)- Villa Park High School - Orange Unified School District


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  • ​Video/Exhibit #27 - Disappearing Doorknob- Canyon High School  - Orange Unified School District   - Video Coming Soon!


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Age Range of Students in the ocMaker Challenge

  • Intermediate, Junior High, Middle School  - 11-14
  • High School - 14-18
  • College - 18 +

ocMaker Challenge

You have two options for submitting your scores for the videos:


  • Once you have watched the video, please complete the online rubric for each of your assigned projects.  CLICK HERE to be directed to the online rubric.


Thank you for your support!

Please click on your assigned Video/Exhibit numbers to judge the ocMaker Challenge student videos. Since the students have used a variety of technology to create their videos, we ask that your scores do not reflect production quality. You are scoring the videos based on the following criteria:


  1. PROBLEM: Video clearly states problem to be solved.
  2. SOLUTION: Video clearly states how the designed product is a solution to the stated problem.
  3. ORIGINALITY: Product is creative, unique and original idea.
  4. PROTOTYPE FUNCTIONALITY:  Demonstration of Level 3 intelligent/enhanced functionality and performance quality.
  5. ORGANIZATION: Video content is well organized, presented, and reflects a logical order.